Premier League – Wolves 3-0 Liverpool: Player Ratings

Wolves defeated Liverpool 3-0 on Saturday at Molineux in another awful performance that featured several players utterly out of their league.

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Wolves defeated Liverpool 3-0 on Saturday at Molineux in another awful performance that featured several players utterly out of their league.

Wolves vs Liverpool: Player Ratings

Goalkeepers and Defenders

Alisson Becker- 5/10

He produced a solid stop in the first half to prevent Matheus Nunes from scoring three goals. If we’re being unduly harsh, he might have been quicker off his line when Ruben Neves waltzed through the defence for the third goal. But Liverpool right now undoubtedly has more pressing issues than its goalie.

Trent Alexander-Arnold- 5.5/10

Trent, as we know him in the shadows. had a chance to score a goal in the first half but shot wide. A defence that had almost no coherence and was bullied throughout.

Joe Gomez – 3/10

equally subpar to his center-back teammate. In the build-up to the second, Alisson, who would have cleared, got in the way. At first, he was in no man’s land. In the second, he ran into problems, which led to Wolves going on the counter.

Joel Matip – 3/10

Shocking performance, based on the two games leading up to this one in which Matip was on the bench. Klopp may want to seriously think about benching him once more.

Andy Robertson- 4.5/10

Captain once more, but another forgettable game. When Neves’ free kick was fired directly at him, he ought to have cleared the ball in preparation for the Wolves’ second goal. He also made a mistake by failing to close down Matheus Cunha before he crossed the goal line.


Bajcetic – 6.5/10

When Liverpool was in control early in the second half, the 18-year-old made numerous intense challenges. Bajcetic should not be removed from the team even though Fabinho is not included in the squad today.

Keita – 5/10

When the ball dropped to Keita in the box early in the second half, he had a great chance to score but failed to take advantage of the opportunity.

Thiago – 5/10

Thiago is by no means Liverpool’s worst player right now. But he is also falling short of the standards he set for himself.


Mohamed Salah- 4/10

His most incredible opportunity came in the second half when Cody Gakpo played him in. But he was unable to put the goalkeeper to the test. He and Gakpo both adopted more comprehensive positions in the second half in an unsuccessful effort to gain more freedom on the flanks.

Darwin Nunez – 5/10

had two chances to score, but Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa stopped each of them. Salah believed he may have been played in for a tap-in on his first attempt, which was a terrific shot that appeared destined for the top corner.

Cody Gakpo – 5/10

He occasionally displayed neat footwork and had Salah’s assist in the second half. But he had no noteworthy opportunities for himself. an ongoing project.


Jordan Henderson- 4/10

Elliot- 4.5/10

Tsimikas – N/A

Milner – N/A

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – N/A

The Top 4 now looks miles away as Jurgen Klopp’s 7th-year curse seems to be true. Need for a big change at Anfield. while Players’ ratings look really disappointing.

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